Former White House spokesman Sean Spicer will approach “Dancing with the Stars” much like he did the challenge of national politics in America’s hyper-partisan environment.

“We may or may not be treating this like a campaign,” Spicer told Kelly Collis and Tommy McFly, the hosts of “The Tommy Show,” a morning broadcast in DC.

“We’ve got people we know on lists of supporters on email that have bought my book or have stayed in touch through my website, where people can sign up,” Spicer explained.

“So that they understand, here’s when the voting opens, here’s the number you call, etc., etc.”He also looked to radio host Bobby Bones’ season 27 win in November 2018 as inspiration.Bones’ triumph was considered an upset because the fan favorite was definitely not the most skilled.

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